Tag Archives: Communication

wisdom from Libby Langdon

Dishing with Dana ~ Interview with Libby Langdon

We’re honored to welcome Libby Langdon, an author, interior designer and TV makeover guru as seen on NBC’s Open House, The Rachel Ray Show & HGTV’s Small Space, Big Style …

Friends Don’t Let Friends Tweet Drunk

The Twitter buzz buster There are a few things you shouldn’t do after cracking open a cold one. Calling your ex would be number one but tweeting ranks a close second. Actually the more I think about it, calling your ex might be a safer bet than tweeting while under the influence… You might think […]

Plan ahead for message continuity

Editorial Calendar – Social Media Strategy Must-Have

Keeping the message on target and timely is one of the biggest challenges I hear from community managers. How do you keep the content flowing in a way that makes sense to the community? Take a note from this former journalist’s toolbox and build yourself an editorial calendar …

best job ever!

The Art of Staying Motivated During Christmas

Every Christmas, I see many of my entrepreneur friends do the same crazy dance as the holidays approach. What do you mean it’s Christmas already? How am I going to find time for all the shopping, baking, wrapping, holidaying (and Work)? How will I cope?

those lightbulb moments

Art of Leadership Conference, Toronto

I’ve been invited to attend Toronto’s Art of Leadership conference and I’m looking forward to a full day of learning jam-packed with inspirational leaders offering strategic lessons to encourage and invigorate us to take our businesses to the next level …

building your social media voice

Take Your Social Media Voice from Meh to Magnificent!

Social media gives brands and consumers an opportunity to separate yourself from your competitors with your own style and personality. What draws us to other people can also draw us to companies, allowing us to connect emotionally rather than with just our credit cards …

@katjaib, @luzdonahue, @vaforums, @mmangen

Twitter True Story ~ Charting a Course for Success

We’re honored to welcome Michelle Mangen, AKA @MMangen, to SocialNorth. Michelle’s a 6-figure virtual assistant, single mom who loves Latin dancing, iTunes, books and horses. She’s the oldest of 7 kids from Wisconsin and now lives in Sarasota, Florida …

blogging as a marketing strategy

6 Keys to Writing for Your Small Business Blog

If you’re a small business owner and haven’t yet considered starting a business blog, hopefully if you’re reading this post, you’re already rethinking that. Blogging takes a commitment and is undeniably time-consuming – but it’s also one of the most powerful, valuable ways to market your business …

keep your personal and business accounts separate

Twitter True Story ~ An Analytical Perspective

We’re honored to welcome Elizabeth Monier-Williams, AKA @Analyticeye to SocialNorth. Elizabeth writes The Analytic Eye, a blog about communications, marketing analysis, social media and digital culture, is a Tedx speaker and the Marketing and Communications Manager for Mars Innovation …

introspective Amanda

Twitter True Story ~ The Power of Storytelling

We’re honored to welcome Amanda Wood, AKA @AmandaHWood to SocialNorth. Amanda is a new media culturist for the Charcoal Group. Lover of all things food, tech, design and media. This is her story…

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